Winners of RCGP Annual Conference poster competition announced

Over 300 posters, across 11 categories, were presented at this year's RCGP Annual Conference with winners selected in each category by a panel of judges.

The winners of this year's poster competition pictured with RCGP Northern Ireland Chair Dr Grainne Doran (far right) (Photo: Pete Hill)

The posters are a popular part of the conference and attract huge interest from delegates.

The winning posters for 2019 are listed below and you can watch many of the winners presenting summaries of their research on the RCGP conference website.

Adolescent health  
Sex, teenagers and myth busting education. Authors: Harpeet Sooch, Josephine Squire, Kate Hope, Ahmed Mudei, Fazia Hasan, Vijaya Koteeswara.

Audit or practice survey    
Hypertension management: Are we over-treating patients aged 80 and over? Author: Alexandra Shields.

Developing and a pathway for primary care for patients experiencing a flare of IBD in areas where rapid access to advice from secondary care is not available. Author: Kevin Barrett.

Medicine on the margins: Learning opportunities for undergraduates within inclusion health. Auhtors: Monica Sharman, Hannah Sprouse, Rosie Ryan, Emily Clark, Emily Player.

Emerging technology    
System-wide perceptions and use of telemedicine in care homes. Authors: Joanna Smith, Rachel Tunbridge, Kieran Houser, Daniele Serdoz.

Ethical dilemmas encountered by early career GPs; a qualitative study. Author: Joanna MacIver.

Integrated care is a reality in Islington - A proactive identification and intervention service for people with moderate frailty. Authors: Craig Seymour and Philly O'Riordan.

Developing quality general practice in Myanmar. Authors: Sonny Aung, Peter Saunders, Helen Crawley, Ann Smalldridge.

Quality improvement    
GP-Consultant Exchange Programme: an observational study from Wessex. Authors: Pritti Aggarwal, Sally Ross, Adam Fraser. Read more on this here.

What is the role of general practioners (GPs) and the primary care team in palliative care for children? Authors: Stephanie Harding, Mohini Samani, Anne-Marie Slowther, Jane Coad, Jeremy Dale, Sarah Mitchell.

Service delivery    
What do GPs identify as support and resource needs when caring for communities affected by FGM? A qualitative research study. Authosr: Sharon Dixon, Lisa Hinton, Frances Griffiths, Sue Ziebland.

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